|The "Angry Puppy" face of the BMW i3 is already peekin' on the Euro Ranking|
The european plug-in market is growing for the third month in a row, with 6.153 units sold, October brought a new sales record, with two models selling in the four digit area: The Nissan Leaf (1.115 units), more and more the EV leader in the Old Continent, and the Volvo V60 Plug-In (1.075 units), that just keeps on improving its monthly numbers as well as its YTD position (It's now #4).
Good performance for the Renault Zoe (942 units), a much needed improvement just when people started to doubt Renault's strategy...
The Smart Fortwo ED had a record month (395 units), climbing to #7 and the Bolloré Blue Car had a comeback month, selling 203 units, climbing two positions to #12.
The BMW i3 makes its first appearance at the bottom of the ranking (#15), but with full on sales starting in November, things will only get better for the new bavarian baby.
|3||Renault Kangoo ZE||551||4.948||12||3|
|4||Volvo V60 Plug-In||1.075||3.547||9||22|
|5||Toyota Prius Plug-In||317||3.055||8||5|
|7||Smart Fortwo ED||395||2.022||5||12|
|9||Tesla Model S||208||1.508||4||N/A|
|12||Bolloré Blue Car||203||561||1||9|